Q A victim of a motor vehicle accident has been brought to the emergency room

Q a victim of a motor vehicle accident has been

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Q: A victim of a motor vehicle accident has been brought to the emergency room. The patient is exhibiting paradoxical chest expansion and respiratory distress. Which of the following chest disorders should be suspected? Q: What is the difference between respiration and ventilation? Q: he nurse is using continuous central venous oximetry (ScvO2) to monitor the blood oxygen saturation of a patient in shock. What value would the nurse document as normal for the patient? Q: The nurse is performing an assessment of a patient who arrived in the emergency department with a barbiturate overdose. The respirations are normal for 3 to 4 breaths followed by a 60-second period of apnea. How does the nurse document the respirations?
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Q: The nurse is caring for a patient with pleurisy. What symptoms does the nurse recognize are significant for this patient’s diagnosis?
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